Geography Of The Pacific States (1956)
Explains that the diversified agriculture of the Pacific States is made possible by the use of irrigation and by climactic variations which are influenced by mountain ranges, ocean currents, and winds. Shows how the transportation network, with terminals at such cities as Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, and Los Angeles, has influenced the development of agriculture and industry. Includes scenes of such industries as aircraft building, oil refining, aluminum manufacturing, and lumbering.
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